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 Welsh Rarebit Recipe


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Believed to be a true Welsh recipe, Welsh Rarebit is "Caws Pob" in the Welsh language which literally means cheese (Caws), roasted or baked (pob). Thanks to Donald for the translation!

The basic Welsh Rarebit recipe consists of a slice of bread topped with cheese mixed with a splash of beer and Worcestershire Sauce. From this basic recipe comes our favourite version below.

If you have a Diablo Toasted sandwich maker then check out our Welsh Rarebit a la Diablo recipe by clicking here.

KEY POINTS FOR WELSH RAREBIT RAREBIT

 Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:  
 How Difficult  Very Easy  Freeze?   No
 Servings

2


INGREDIENTS

Metric Imperial
White or brown bread 2 good sized slices
Mature Cheddar cheese 110g / 4 oz
Finely chopped onion 1 heaped teaspoon
Dried or fresh sage 1 teaspoon if chopped or 1/2 teaspoon if dried
Beer (not lager) 3 tablespoons
English mustard 1/2 teaspoon
Vegetarian Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 teaspoon
Cayenne pepper Sprinkling

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Mixing the ingredients Finely chop or grate 1 heaped teaspoon of onion, grate the Cheddar cheese and then mix (use a fork) everything together except the bread and cayenne pepper.

Place the bread under a medium heat and toast it. The grill is better than a toaster because the grill will crisp up the bread better, rather than burning the surface.


 
 
Spread Welsh Rarebit mixture over toast Divide the mixed ingredients into two and spread on the two pieces of toasted bread. We used brown bread because we prefer it but white bread will do just as well.

Spread the mixture right to the edge of the toast to prevent the toast burning when it goes back under the grill. Sprinkle cayenne pepper lightly over the top of the mixture.


 
 
Welsh Rarebit Place the two loaded pieces of toast under a medium grill. Cook until the cheese is bubbling and has started to turn brown (the cayenne pepper helps to give a rich colour).

Serve on a plate with some garnish or salad and eat immediately.

   VIDEO WELSH RAREBIT

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